Have you ever received the following error message while importing messages to Outlook Express?
“Messages cannot be imported from the MAPI client. An error has occurred.”
Or, while exporting messages from Outlook Express:
“The Export could not be performed. An error occurred while initializing MAPI.”
Do you have any idea why these errors take place? What are the causes behind these errors? Read the situations given below:
Sometimes while using MS SQL Server, you may find that the database in which you are working is tagged as suspect or you are having problem while connecting to the database file. This is a minor issue, but sometimes it can become a big problem. There is an easy resolution for this problem, but can be used only if you have Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio. Continue reading
SysInfoTools MS SQL Database Recovery tool can fix your corrupted MDF files of MS SQL Server 2000, 2005 and 2008. This tool can handle high-level of corruption and recovers your maximum possible data from the database files. It is an easy-to-use tool that requires no technical knowledge. Continue reading
In Microsoft SQL Server, you will find a series of statements in a Transact-SQL programming language that helps you check the physical and logical integrity or behavior of a MDF file. The series of such statements is called DBCC aka Database Console Commands (formerly known as Database Consistency Checker). These statements or commands in the series are useful to fix the issues occur in MS SQL database files and they are also helpful for file management and administration purpose.
You must have heard about Microsoft SQL Server. It is a relational database management system, which has been developed by Microsoft. It is designed for using structured query language code that creates database files, stores and manages your data and retrieves them from the database files.
Microsoft SQL Server can be installed on a server computer system to allow multiple users to access their user accounts and databases over a network.
Just consider the following scenario:
You are using Gmail and you send a mail message to your friend or any other recipient. Within a click on Send button or Ctrl+Enter, the message is sent. All of a sudden, you feel regret sending the message or you realize that the message is sent by a mistake. How would you feel at that point of time? You must feel regret for this action and must be thinking how to undo such an action.